Vintage Fashion Guru Cameron Silver Curates Fred Segal’s Pop-Up

Vintage fashion guru Cameron Silver is heading to Malibu. The owner of the iconic WeHo boutique Decades, Silver is curating a pop-up at Fred Segal’s Malibu Village that will run from June 10-13 and feature vintage men’s and women’s pieces along with a selection of new looks from local sustainable designers. Here, Silver tells Variety about some of his favorite items.

Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo 1970s wrap skirt: “This mixed-media wrap skirt can be worn casually over a Tabacaru swimsuit, but I also love it with a pair of cowboy boots and a men’s white dress shirt tied at the waist. It’s perfect for a Malibu summer.”

Aquarius Cocktail reworked vintage Aloha shirts: “With so many high-end designers bringing back the Aloha shirt, why not wear a vintage one touched by Aquarius Cocktail magic with vintage crystal buttons and a positive slogan screened on the back?”

Monica by Monica Mahoney Esmeralda caftan: “Hand pleated in Los Angeles, Monica’s Esmeralda caftans can go from beach to bar mitzvah in a moment’s notice.”

Agnes Baddoo canvas and leather tote SAC 1: “I’ve known Agnes Baddoo from the very beginning of Decades, and her new handbag line is the epitome of chic, just like the designer. The canvas-and-leather combo keeps the bag light, and the outside pocket is perfect for keys, phone and bail money.”

JungleGurl printed shorts: “Made of 100% Hawaiian barkcloth, these printed shorts will make you feel like you are on a tropical vacation. I think I will be living in them all summer.”


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